In France, fast train employees were asked not to come to work from Africans

In France, fast train employees were asked not to come to work from Africans
During the visit of Israeli President Peres to France, Africans working on high-speed trains were asked not to come to work 'because they could be Muslims'

French train company SNCF learned that Israeli President Shimon Peres banned North African-origin and black staff from coming to work because they could be "Muslim" before the train trip from Belgium to Paris in March.

The British Daily Mail newspaper wrote that racist practice took place at the Gare du Nord train station in Paris and was brought out by the French transport union SUD-Rail. The company allowed North Africans and black people to 'be Muslim' and ordered them not to come to work that day.

The French transport union SUD-Rail reported that Peres and his accompanying delegation were greeted by the staff of the national railway company SNCF when the train arrived from Belgium to France. However, there were no North Africans and blacks among those who met.


It is claimed that the workers who are likely to be Muslim are not wanted to be seen by Israel.

According to a statement made by the union in question, the company representatives first accused the garment of the Israeli embassy, ​​then the interior ministry.


This company, called SNCF, has been condemned to pay damages in cases opened because of carrying Jews to Nazi camps during the Holocaust.


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Günceleme: 27/11/2018 15:55

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